The fourth annual Gold Coast Open House will see a program jam-packed with properties that date back to the late 1800s through to the more recent cutting-edge buildings created by some of the country’s leading architects. Step back in time by exploring the heritage-listed Southing Bathing Pavilion, which has stood tall since 1934, and uncover stories from the early 1900s by exploring The Residence and Mr PP’s, as well as Southport Town Hall and Gold Coast Little Theatre.
The well-known Paradise Waters residence built by tourism icon and Sea World founder, the late Keith Williams, will join homes in Tallai, Currumbin Waters and Broadbeach Waters in the program’s collection of private residences that will have their doors swung open for your viewing pleasure. For a taste of contemporary architecture, jump on tours inside some of the city’s most esteemed buildings like The Star Gold Coast, the Abedian School of Architecture and St Hilda’s School. If it’s industrial architecture that intrigues you, this is your chance to check out the Gold Coast Desalination Plant and the Sand Bypass System at The Spit, Main Beach. That’s just the tip of the iceberg – head to Gold Coast Open House for the full program and to book your spot.